BETHESDA, MD (WDVM) — Police are trying to identify a bicyclist accused of attacking three people.
The person who posted the video to the public forum site Reddit, and asked to remain anonymous, said he recorded the incident along the Capital Crescent Trail in Bethesda, MD, while he and two female friends were putting up flyers in support of justice for George Floyd.
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The video first shows the suspect walking toward one of the Reddit user’s friends who is holding her hand up in front of her and backing away from him.
He then turns around and walks toward the other, who is standing along a fence holding flyers. A female voice can be heard off camera screaming, “Do not touch her!” The suspect is then seen ripping flyers and a roll of tape away from the man’s friend.
The first woman intervenes, and the suspect turns on the person recording the video. The cyclist appears to threaten to ram him with his bicycle.
The video ends after the phone falls to the ground. Reddit user Flabbadabba posted a photo of his calf after the cyclist then allegedly used his bike to knock the teen to the ground, leaving a chain mark and cuts on the teen’s leg.
The Capital Crescent Trail is about seven miles long and runs from Georgetown in Washington, D.C., to Bethesda, Maryland. Anyone with information on the suspect can contact Det. Lopez at 301-929-2774 with any information.
The Attorney General of Maryland, Brian Frosh, also tweeted about the incident, calling for tips. “If anyone can identify this man, please let me know (410-576-6300) and contact Montgomery County States Attorney John McCarthy,” Frosh tweeted on Thursday.
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